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Children are being abandoned and left to sleep alone and without shelter after French authorities demolished the Calais ‘Jungle
'They’ve been told to go back to the camp but they can’t because it’s on fire'.
Hundreds of unaccompanied children from the Calais jungle camp now have nowhere to go as fires decimate the camp amid its
From the warehouse the refugees will be herded through to a tent, each large enough to hold 50 people. Once a tent is full, they will board a bus, heading to a destination which many will not have heard of. From here the future is uncertain.
A British charity is mounting a legal challenge against the Home Office for failing to provide sanctuary to thousands of
So often refugees are painted as a burden on societies, but these rich family histories show that refugees are just as capable as we are of achieving greatness and contributing to society, if given half a chance - and who knows what wonderful things their children and grandchildren may end up accomplishing.
On Monday night, 294 MPs voted against the Dubs Amendment to the Immigration bill, tabled in the House of Lords, which would have seen the UK accept 3,000 unaccompanied child refugees from Europe. Two hundred and ninety-four. That's the same number of unaccompanied minors Help Refugees found in the Calais 'Jungle' in their latest census.
Kids gather around as I talk to the British woman who has become a surrogate mother to so many refugee children. She holds